Teresa Flores, president of the AMPI reported and pointed out that it is due to the uncertainty due to the change of state and municipal government.
During the first semester of 2022, sales in the real estate sector of the capital have fallen by up to 60%, reported María Teresa Flores Jáquez, president of the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI), and pointed out that it is due to the uncertainty by the change of state and municipal government.
He explained that many contract personnel do not know if they will be able to continue with their employment, even to some grassroots people who will no longer continue to give them their workspace, so at the moment there is concern.
“Yes, they ask us, they ask us for housing, etc., but when they see what they reach in their Infonavit, Fovissste or bank credit, they do not complete the housing and that is when the client becomes discouraged and does not want to acquire, or sees that the monthly payments are very high” .
The president commented that it is already a vacation period and rents were not regularized either, especially for young high school and undergraduate students, “the houses that are in charge of renting rooms are still empty, the premises are still alone, cafeterias that are close to the same schools.”
With the opening of the spaces, and in the next return to classes, they hope that both the issue of sales and rents will return to normal since they have not been able to recover in this sector and it has been for various reasons.